School adapts instruction for students with learning disabilities

08/23/2010 | KMBC-TV (Kansas City, Mo.)

A Kansas private school features small class sizes and personalized instruction for students in grades 1 through 12 who have dyslexia or other learning disabilities. "We're the only school like this in our area, and it's such a great resource for parents who are struggling, trying to find out why their child isn't learning in a traditional school. Even though these children are really bright, they're ... still struggling," the director of Horizon Academy said.

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